Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Audiovisual Education Scrapbook consists of clippings from newspapers throughout Oregon pertaining to new motion picture films acquired by the Visual Instruction Department; showings of films at Oregon State College and elsewhere throughout the state; and news about the department and its director, U.S. Burt. The scrapbook includes a brochure (synopsis sheet) for Universal Newspaper Newsreels that lists Garden Greens Deck New Hats about Oregon State College coeds decorating hats with "lettuce and stuff from the kitchen garden.".
Mahoning Valley Historical Society
Chiefly black and white films (16 mm.), in an original film storage case and two suitcases, principally produced by Castle Films, a division of United World Films, Inc -- Original storage box (with spaces for 9 reels) contains Charlie Chase "Iron Worker", a comedy; travel films on New York, N.Y., Palestine, Idora Park (Youngstown amusement park), and elsewhere; News Parade (1941); Cine shots of various personalities; and news film entitled Japs Bomb USA. The suitcases house many films, some in original boxes, including Sandy Steps Out, Hopalong Cassidy, Border Justice, Dick Whittington's Cat (cartoon), Alladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Castle Films No. 752), Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., in Missing Millionaire, and Adventure Parade: Three Little Bruins Great Adventure (Castle Films No. 626)
Montgomery County Community College
The Betzwood Collection contains items created by the Lubin Manufacturing Company, production company of silent era films, and collected by Film historian and Montgomery County Community College Emeritus Professor Joseph Eckhardt. The Lubin Manufacturing Company was owned and operated by Siegmund Lubin, entrepreneur and movie pioneer. The collection is named for the Company's Betzwood Studio, the most state-of-the-art facility of its time. Items include administrative records from the Betzwood Studio, created both during the Lubin era and after his declaration of bankruptcy, the subsequent owners, the Wolfe brothers, promotional material for films, industry magazines, film stills, glass plate negatives, items created around the studio's most famous releases, The Toonerville Trolley, and items created by Professor Eckhardt supporting his research including audio cassette recordings of oral histories of studio employees and family members, which have been digitized, as well as artifacts ... Read More
Museum of Modern Art
Texas State University, San Marcos
Twenty-four boxes of materials in this collection relate to the writing career of Sam Shepard. The largest series of material is the first, Works, which include drafts of Shepard's plays, novels, short stories, films, and critical reviews. This series is notable in that Shepard meticulously identified each annotated draft with a date and place (by city and state) of each revision, and there tend to be multiple drafts of each work represented. The subseries for Plays is the largest of this group, ranges from 1969-1999, and includes notes, annotated typescripts, playbills, programs, correspondence, sound recordings, rehearsal schedules, reviews, and publicity. The Notebooks and Correspondence, particularly the Joseph Chaikin and Johnny Dark letters, also lend insight into Shepard's creative process. The Interviews series includes a taped conversation between Bob Dylan and Sam Shepard (ca. mid 1980s to early 1990s)
Maine Historical Society
Three film reference lists for the Horovitz Collection, the Hilda and Meyer Davis Film Collection, and the Unobskey Collection, all held at Northeast Historic Film -- Also includes a "Moving Image Review" newsletter with Jewish collections highlighted. Persons represented include Samuel Horovitz, Hilda and Meyer Davis, and the Unobskey family
Wildlife Conservation Society Library and Archives
In the mid-to-late 20th century, audio-visual service functions at the New York Zoological Society (NYZS) were not centralized, but were instead performed by a variety of different departments, divisions, and individual staff members. NYZS’s Department of Education played a significant role in the delivery of audio-visual services in the Society from the 1940s through the 1980s. By the 1940s the Department of Education’s provision of audio-visual services included a visual aids service program which facilitated of the distribution of audio-visual collection materials for internal and external purposes. During the 1960s through the 1980s, the Department’s audio-visual services grew to include event and media production. The collection mainly includes records of the Department of Education pertaining to media production, notably film scripts for motion picture films the Society produced to show at its annual meetings. The collection also includes a small amount of materials ... Read More
New York State Historical Documents
Included are still photographs from the films of avant-garde and other directors. Directors represented include Kenneth Anger, Stan Brakhage, Peter Brook, Luis Buñuel, John Cassavetes, Shirley Clarke, Joseph Cornell, Sergei Eisenstein, Jerome Hill, Peter Kubelka, Jonas Mekas, Marie Menken, Sidney Peterson, Ron Rice, Leni Riefenstahl, Joseph Ruttenberg, Harry Smith, Michael Snow, Stan Vanderbeek, Dziga Vertov, Jean Vigo, Orson Welles, and others
American Museum of Natural History
Since the age of 10, Salim Muhammad, now 55, has eked out a living screening discarded film scraps for the children in his neighborhood using a hand cranked projector he inherited from his father. A pragmatic businessman as well as a cinephile, Salim hopes his sons will carry on his legacy


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